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Al-Quds University

Al-quds University or National Arabic Palestinian University in Jerusalem
Al-Quds University, sometimes referred to as Jerusalem University, is the Palestinian university in Jerusalem.
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The idea of reviving Jerusalem's role as an educational center was expressed at an All-Islamic conference held in Jerusalem in 1931. At that conference, a call was made to establish a university carrying the name of "AL-AQSA," the Islamic shrine in Al-Quds
Al-Quds University Strategic Guidelines
Al-Quds University naturally shares with all its sister-institutions locally and abroad the general mission of striving for excellence in learning and achievement. Specifically, it also seeks to fulfill the vital role of providing the means for the Palestinian population in the area to develop the knowledge and skills required for contributing towards a well-balanced growth of the Palestinian community.
The university faces a major, unprecedented financial and operational crisis brought about by the dire economic and social situation presently prevailing in the area. Steady subsidies are not available, and the university is unable to charge its students full tuition fees commensurate with real costs. Recent contributions from Arab governments alleviated the crisis somewhat, enabling the university to pay a portion of the salaries of its 723 support staff employees and faculty members. This temporary, one-time assistance made it possible to re-start the present academic year.
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